Rajasthan

Rajasthan, the land of kings. Palaces, forts, colours, sand-dunes come close to describing this vibrant state of north-west India. For a traveler who is interested in the history, culture and the lifestyle of the people of the Oriental world, Rajasthan is just the perfect tourist destination. Rajasthan was home to the Rajputs, the martial races of India known equally for their love of arts and architecture as well as valor and chivalry.Their charm spills over this state and continues to weild its magic.
The capital city of the State, Jaipur is also called the “Pink city”, with most of the city being painted in hues of pink. It is one of India's best laid cities and was the headquarters of the Rajput royalty. Its famous attractions, praised for their wonderful aesthetic and architectural splendour are the Hawa Mahal (an architectural marvel), the Jantar Mantar (a collection of astronomical instruments built by the kings. It is now a world heritage site)  and the Amber Palace. Udaipur, another famous town in Rajasthan is called the “Venice of the East” and “the city of lakes”. It is known for its scenic lakes and priceless, beautiful palaces, the most popular being the “Lake palace”.
Found at the north western part of India, Rajasthan geographically encompasses most area of the Thar desert. It also holds the Aravalli mountain range and some of India's forest lands, thus home to a bio diversity hotspot and a lot of green too.  Rajasthan is also known for its wildlife, home to the Bharatpur bird sanctuary and  two tiger reserves, Ranthambor and the Sariska Tiger reserves.
Rajasthan is famous for its diverse and rich folk culture. Highly cultivated classical music and dance with its own distinct style is part of the cultural tradition of Rajasthan.The colour in the traditional clothing of Rajasthan is vibrant. The state is synonomous with its tye-and-dye, block print, embroidery clothes. Rajathan's desert festival, the Pushkar camel festival, the Kite festival of Rajasthan are popular events that are unique to this place and draws hoardes of tourists. The Jaipur Literature festival puts Rajasthan in the world's intellectual and creative scene.
To truly experience India, one must unfailingly visit Rajasthan. The sand dunes, the desert sky and Rajasthan's rich culture call out to the nomad in each one of us.

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Royal Rajasthan on Wheels

Royal Rajasthan on Wheels (7 Nights/8 Days)

 

Day 1: Delhi (Sunday, Departure 16.30 PM )

The luxurious Royal Rajasthan on Wheels takes you through a seven day exploration of the vibrant Rajasthan. The magic of the splendid journey begins at New Delhi and prepares you to weave the fabric of delightful imagination becoming reality over the next seven days. Your royal journey begins from Delhi and takes you through various erstwhile princely states.

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Rajasthan, the land of kings. Palaces, forts, colours, sand-dunes come close to describing this vibrant state of north-west India. For a traveler who is interested in the history, culture and the lifestyle of the people of the Oriental world, Rajasthan is just the perfect tourist destination. Rajasthan was home to the Rajputs, the martial races of India known equally for their love of arts and architecture as well as valor and chivalry.Their charm spills over this state and continues to weild its magic.
The capital city of the State, Jaipur is also called the “Pink city”, with most of the city being painted in hues of pink. It is one of India's best laid cities and was the headquarters of the Rajput royalty. Its famous attractions, praised for their wonderful aesthetic and architectural splendour are the Hawa Mahal (an architectural marvel), the Jantar Mantar (a collection of astronomical instruments built by the kings. It is now a world heritage site)  and the Amber Palace. Udaipur, another famous town in Rajasthan is called the “Venice of the East” and “the city of lakes”. It is known for its scenic lakes and priceless, beautiful palaces, the most popular being the “Lake palace”.
Found at the north western part of India, Rajasthan geographically encompasses most area of the Thar desert. It also holds the Aravalli mountain range and some of India's forest lands, thus home to a bio diversity hotspot and a lot of green too.  Rajasthan is also known for its wildlife, home to the Bharatpur bird sanctuary and  two tiger reserves, Ranthambor and the Sariska Tiger reserves.
Rajasthan is famous for its diverse and rich folk culture. Highly cultivated classical music and dance with its own distinct style is part of the cultural tradition of Rajasthan.The colour in the traditional clothing of Rajasthan is vibrant. The state is synonomous with its tye-and-dye, block print, embroidery clothes. Rajathan's desert festival, the Pushkar camel festival, the Kite festival of Rajasthan are popular events that are unique to this place and draws hoardes of tourists. The Jaipur Literature festival puts Rajasthan in the world's intellectual and creative scene.
To truly experience India, one must unfailingly visit Rajasthan. The sand dunes, the desert sky and Rajasthan's rich culture call out to the nomad in each one of us.

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Royal Rajasthan on Wheels (7 Nights/8 Days)   Day 1: Delhi (Sunday, Departure 16.30 PM ) The luxurious Royal Rajasthan on Wheels takes you through a seven day exploration of the vibrant Rajasthan...
  Heritage tour - Rajasthan 10 Nights / 11 Days 2 Night Jaipur I 1 Night Bikaner I 2 Night Jaisalmer – Désert Camp I 1 Night Jodhpur I 2 Night Udaipur I 2 Night Ranthambore :    Day 1: Jaipur ...
  GOLDEN TRIANGLE – 5 Nights / 6 Days     Day 01: Delhi On arrival at Delhi, you will be met and escorted to the hotel. Delhi, the capital city of India lying along the River Yamuna, Seven...